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My Primary Phone "FLAGSHIP KILLER" ||| Read this before you buy
by Bishwajeet Thakur on 2016-10-28

I had purchased this phone 4 months ago for my daily usage after doing a lot of research like all we INDIANS do before spending hard earned 30K rupees. This review can be a bit lengthy, but please read the full review before buying this phone. I had shared my good and bad experiences with this phone.

???? IN THE BOX ????
1. The phone (OnePlus 3 with some screen protection preapplied)
2. The DASH Charger (Hero in the deal)
3. Standard USB to type C cable for charging and data syncing
4. Standard manuals and documents with some OnePlus stickers.
5. SIM tray ejector pin

???? GOOD ????
--> The build quality of the phone is very good. Its made up of full body space grade aluminium build which makes the phone solid and also light weight. The phone is very sleek at about 7mm thickness but it has a camera bump which I doesn't like.
--> This phone comes out with a fullHD Amoled Display with very good viewing angles. In this feature it really matches with the high end Samsung devices. The only problem is its resolution. But with naked eye I doesn't even fell the difference.
--> This phone comes with Snapdragon 820 chipset packed with 6 GB of RAM which does all the multitasking and performance freak usage very easily. But there is a catch in this which I will tell later in this review.
--> The DASH charging is the best. It charges the full battery from about 5% in just 66 minutes. I have found this better than the quick charge facility available on most of the flagship phones like Samsung Galaxy S7 and Nexus phones which take about 90 to 100 minutes to fully charge the battery. And I am very pleased to tell you that the phone actually remains cool during charging (which is not true in case of quick charging provided in the other flagship phones). This feature is currently available on this phone.
--> This phone comes with a physical slider button like the one we found generally in the iPhones (We didn't find this type of slider button in any other android devices). This button can be customized. I have set it to bring the phone to 'do not disturb mode' by just sliding this button.
--> The phone comes with a finger-print sensor which is in the front bottom middle. This fingerprint sensor is pretty fast as compared with OnePlus 2. But as for my choice I like the fingerprint sensor to be in the back (But as I said its my choice only).
--> Camera performance of this device is also very good. It has 16 MP primary which has a pretty good advanced options to capture pics and videos. As compared to Xiaomi Mi 5 the picture quality is good but we can't compare this to a Samsung Galaxy S7 camera which is supreme. The camera comes with laser autofocus which enables us to focus very quickly. The camera UI is very good with very fast shutter speed. The front camera is also good but the quality can be improved during low light situations.
--> Really a FLAGSHIP KILLER with very heavy packed hardware at this price range.
--> The Oxygen OS is very close to stock android with a lot of customization. In my usage, once the phone gets shutoff while I was on a conference call but except that I find nothing odd. This UI doesn't lag and keep upto 10 apps running in the background while multitasking.
--> Calling on this phone is good and it is VoLTE supported. I have tried this with Airtel 3G and Jio 4G. Both works great.
--> Price is the area which makes the phone a flagship killer. The hardwares and features it is giving can be seen only in phones which are double the price of this phone.

???? BAD ????
Not much but there are few which I found in my case. Infact there is nothing which doesn't have some cons,.

--> When I bought the phone new it has very bad RAM management. It shuts the background apps very aggressively which bother a lot for a multitasker like me. But after a month an update rolled-out which solves all the problems I have earlier. Then after lot of updates come out which even improves the camera quality and battery management.
--> The phone has a single inbuilt speaker which is not so good. I find it bad as I sometimes is not able to listen to the ringing of the phone if it is kept in other rooms. Music playback through the speakers is not good. If you are a kind of person who used to listen music through the phone speakers then you should consider it testing before buying.
--> I found the placement of the 3.5mm jack to be weird. Its located at the bottom near the type-C port which makes me difficult to keep the phone in pocket while listening to music through headphones.
--> The phone doesn't have feature like radio or IR blaster. If its standing against the flagships then these are mere basic features everyone should have.
--> The phone has a camera bump without any protection which make the camera glass prone to scratches. To solve this I generally use this phone with a back cover on it.

I have been using this phone for 4 months as my primary phone and I am very happy with it. As per my opinion you should definitely go for this if you have a budget of around 30K. The only major problem I found is the phone's speaker sound quality and if you doesn't consider that then this phone will be best. And I am pretty sure that you will not get these type of specifications in any other phone.

I hope you like this review and if you have any doubts or questions regarding this or any gadget, please feel free to comment below, I will definitely reply. For faster response please email me (email address is in my profile).

I will update this review after using the phone for 6 months.

[...] Thanks :)

OnePlus 3 the real flagship killer!!
by Divaksh on 2016-09-27

I have used OnePlus One, then OnePlus 2 and now OnePlus 3. OnePlus was an experimental startup project from OPPO and now It has turned into a brand name. All three devices have the killer hardware but we all know that powerful hardware alone not enough to make a good piece of technology, software plays an important role too. iPhone is the example and this is where OnePlus failed in beginning. OnePlus started with Cyanogen OS then they had to move on Hydrogen & Oxygen OS but now they are merging both Hydrogen and Oxygen OS. What will be the result? In this review, I will share everything about OnePlus 3 including some good and bad things about OnePlus 3 based on my 3 months experience. So here we go:

?? UPDATE (02-10-2016)
The gold variant is now available for sale, Gold variant comes with the white front and Graphite with the black front here I will share few pointed which will help you to in taking the right decision.

1. Go for it if you enjoy long videos and chatting sessions as black frame/border doesn't disturb viewing experience at the screen.
2. OnePlus 3 has thin bezels, and dark color is a complement to the beauty of the bright screen.
3. White or light colours often fade after rough use and ruin the looks of costly phone.

1. OnePlus 3 built in a metal body and metal shines with light colours.
2. If you are a person who likes to flash around gadgets, definitely go for gold, they catch many eyes.
3. Black coloured phones often go unnoticed and don't really catch fancy.

?? Box Contents:
1. OnePlus 3 with Pre-Applied Screen Protector.
2. Dash Charge Adapter.
3. USB Type C Cable (USB to Type C).
4. Sim Card Ejector Tool.
5. User Manual.
6. A message from company CEO Pete Lau.
7. Some OnePlus stickers.

?? The Good:
+ Build quality, this phone has awesome build quality and beautiful metal construction, lighter than OnePlus 2 and with equally weight distribution.
+ Look, It really looks CLASSY, design is great, curved 2.5D glass.
+ OnePlus 3 gets charged 10% to 80% within an hour with its new Dash Charge. All heat dash charge keep in it and it has the ability to keep OnePlus 3 temperatures low even while fast charging, it is the new charging standard OnePlus created for mobile industries.
+ Latest Lighting Fast Snapdragon 820 Processor.
+ Fast 64GB UFS 2.0 Flash Storage with read & write speed of ~500MB/s & 250MB/s which is 87% faster than compared to old eMMC 5.0 and 6GB LPDDR4 RAM with R/W speed of ~12000MB/s these are one of the fastest memory modules for smartphones (Faster the memory, lesser the loading and launching time of the apps).
+ This is the thumb rule, bigger the display more will be the productivity and Mi Beautiful 5.5 inch Optic AMOLED. display along with the 2.5D Gorilla Glass 4. (The display is not 2k or 4k and you will not even need it when the screen size is 5.5 inch, in fact, 1080p display is good for the performance.). (OnePlus 2 has a IPS display)
+ One of the fastest fingerprint sensors which is embedded in a touch home button.
+ Both front 8MP and the rear 16MP camera are the best in the class, no shutter lag and takes good pictures in daylight even low light performance is not too bad. The front camera has a wide-angle lens which covers more area than a normal lens. Overall great camera experience.
+ Oxygen OS is lightweight and butter smooth.
+ NFC Support, I mostly use it to connect my camera to mobile.
+ The audio output is good, loud and clear tested with Sony XB70AP wired earphones, Bluedio T2 Bluetooth headphones and Moto Deck wireless speakers.
+ Speaker located at the bottom so no matter how OnePlus 3 lays it isn't blocked. speaker volume is good but not excellent like OnePlus 2 but better than the Galaxy S7, S7 edge and iPhone 6s which cost twice of it.
+ Good battery backup with the large 3000mAh battery just you need to tweak it a bit.
+ Bundled charger and cable quality are awesome. No compromise is done with them.
+ FREE 12 months of accidental damage protection with OnePlus Care (to be activated within 30 days).

?? The Bad:
- Type C port is still incomplete it does not support CDLA technology, many cheaper devices like Le2 and Mi5 has CDLA support.
- No FM, No IR Blaster, today almost all phones packed with this feature but unfortunately OnePlus 3 does not have it.
- A huge camera bump without protective O-ring which does not let you use the device without a case.
- No OS is ever bug-free but the worst part of Oxygen OS is there are bugs inherited from older versions of Oxygen on OnePlus 2 those are not even fixed yet like silent lock(phone will not ring even the volume is high, mobile is not silent)
- The device is slippery, there is no sandstone back OnePlus is known for.
- The very delicate device, dropping it once will break it as the glass has no frame around it to protect.
- The headphone jack is now moved to bottom which is really something not in trend and it makes trouble in holding the device in one hand during earphones are plugged.
- No lesser focus and dual flash. It has only single LED flash.
- No wireless charging.
- The charging cable is no longer reversible from the USB end.

?? Other Points:
Battery Saving Tip:
1. OnePlus 3 has an Optic AMOLED display so keeping the black color on the screen will save OnePlus 3's battery life. So make a black wallpaper and use dark mode. Additionally, you can install substratum and InversionUI to change everything in black from the play store if you have rooted your device.
2. Install and use greenify, people think there is no use of greenify as there is doze mode in Android M but Doze doesn't do anything while your device is in use, whereas Greenify can happily hibernate non-essential apps and boost battery performance.

Performance Tweak:
Go to phone Settings > About Phone > Hit "Build number" 7 times > back to Settings > Developer Options here change animations speed to .5x from 1x or turn them completely off.

Bugs & Fixes:
1. Camera's capture button not working. It can be resolved by clearing camera app data.
2. The phone is not ringing after using the slider. Just restart the device and it will start ringing again.
3. OTG not working. To fix this is to jump into Settings > Storage & USB and hit the three dot menu button to ensure that ‘Enable OTG’ is activated.

Screen Protection:
OnePlus 3 has a curved 2.5D display because of that no tempered glass will completely will cover it and tempered glass those cover it completely have no glue middle of them at the screen area, in this case, you there will be a rainbow effect due to gape between the screen and the tempered glass. Most of the covers will also peel of these full tempered glass so I would recommend you to not buy them.
I personally using the no tempered on this mobile, the pre-applied screen protector is good enough to take care of scratches. I will apply another good quality screen protector(not tempered glass) in one or two months.

Accidental Damage Protection:
You get 12 months of free accidental damage protection with OnePlus3 (to be activated within 30 days) to activate it just open play store and download an app called OnePlus Care by Servify

Dash Charging:
Dash charge only works with the bundled Dash Charge Adapter and the Cable, if you are not using one of them or both then Dash Charge will not work. In other words, Dash Charge works with only bundled Dash Charge Adapter and the Cable.

Hydrogen & Oxygen Merge:
Hydrogen is a very feature-rich customized OS and on the other hand, Oxygen OS is a stock based simple OS with some extra features. Hydrogen OS is used in China as google services are banned in China whereas Oxygen OS is for rest of the world. This merging will bring so many good & useful features in upcoming updates but by the time this will make stock Android flavour washed out. This merging will also speed up the updates process as Oxygen now uses Hydrogen OS base.

OnePlus has done a great job with OnePlus 3, they have fixed almost every issue that they have with OnePlus 2. OnePlus 3 has a great camera, Ferrari performance, monster 6GB RAM and 64GB Storage, lighting fast FP sensor and the Dash Charge and all these you get in just 28k and when it comes to performance OnePlus 3 beats many flagship smartphones that cost double of it. If we talk about only daily operation tasks like opening dialer, messaging app, contacts etc OnePlus 3 beats iPhone 7 too. So OnePlus 3 is the real flagship killer.

I am providing some pictures of the product for better understanding as "A picture can speak a thousand words".

Thanks for reading my review, I hope it provided all the information for a wise and well-informed purchase decision. If you have any query or confused about buying this item then feel free to comment here or email me for a quicker response.

Problem with a Brand new OnePlus 3 - and very bad service from both OnePlus and Amazon.
by Srinivasa Kumar Swarna on 2016-10-31

The phone us good. But from day zero, the Bluetooth didn't work, in my car (where it was very badly needed) nor on any other instrument. I called the help line of OnePlus. They did their bit of iterations - over a 4 day period interspersed with holidays. I had removed all Apps on which the failure of the Bluetooth's failure to function was pinned. It didn't work. By the ninth day of the purchase, the problem was not solved. I called Amazon for a replacement. The process to claim on their site was not very user friendly, to say the least. Amazon wanted me to visit OnePlus service centre to obtain a certificate that the problem could not be solved. I argued that having to visit an outlet would beat the purpose of buying online - I will have to spend at least 4-6 hours in travel, to reach the service centre. By this time, the 10 day period for replacement of the product was completed. Amazon coolly informed that the replacement cannot be done6 anymore! If an important feature didn't function on a brand new phone, it deserved a replacement - no questions asked, at least from a brand like One Plus. It isn't so. For a OnePlus One fan who graduated to One Plus 3, this entire episode of how OnePlus treated me and Amazon too ( to whom I had forwarded all the correspondence with the OnePlus Tech Support), it is proof that once your are reasonably successful, you could treat the customers any which way. Way to go One Plus and Amazon. I just bought my last OnePlus phone and have also done my last transaction on Amazon.

Beware of these successful brands

If your budget is around 25-30k don't even think of any other phone !!
by Raghu Nandhan on 2016-09-09

Review :
This is a in depth review of pros and cons after 8 days of usage. One plus entered the market with the tagline "Flagship Killer" and it did give tough competition to flagships with OnePlus1, although OnePlus2 failed to reach the expectations, the company is back with a bang with OnePlus3!!...

Inside the Box:
1. Phone (of course !! :P)
2. Charger
3. USB type C cable
4. Sim tray opening tool
5. User manuals ( Please go through them, you will understand your phone better)

- From the moment you take the phone out of the box you will feel that build quality is excellent. You just cant stop looking at your OnePlus3. Oneplus2 was top heavy but they got it right this time, weight distribution is managed really well and you will not feel that phone is bulky. Metal unibody construction will give you a premium feel when you hold it in your hand.
- Cellular call quality is excellent, earpiece is loud and clear. I didn't face any problem with signal reception.
- Fingerprint scanner is embedded in a capacitive touch home button. It is very fast, one of the best fingerprint scanner out there in the market, huge improvement over OnePlus2.
- Battery life is pretty decent. My phone is always connected to wifi or cellular data, i use social media a lot. I used to get 4.5 - 5 hours of screen on time, which is more than enough for a average user. So full charge in the morning will easily last a day.
- I am one of those who prefers having LED notification light and this phone has a multi color one which is really helpful to save some battery life.
- Camera performance: 16MP primary camera is really good in daylight conditions, color reproduction was accurate. Pictures are better than any other phone in this price range. It skims on laser auto focus so cant take micro shots. It has Optical Image Stabilisation (Iphone6 does not have OIS :P). Front camera has wide angle lens and takes pretty good selfies for your social media, it does a very good job with video calling too. So thumbs up for the camera.
- Dash Charge : Oh yeahhhhhhhhh!!!! It is the king of all chargers out there. From 10% - 100% it will roughly take 65-70 minutes. No i am not kidding, its really fast. We need these kinda chargers with every phone. 10% - 80% is much faster actually, it takes more time from 80%-100%.
One more important thing i would like to mention is, this phone does not get heated up when it is charging, even though it has all metal body !! Good job OnePlus...
- Oxigen OS works like a breeze, it is very close to stock android experience. There is no lag at all. There are options for several customisations which will make phone usage much better.
- Amoled screen is bright and does a pretty good job indoors but under direct sunlight its just ok even under max brightness.
- Gaming: I am not a big gamer, but i do play simple games. I also tried asphalt8 and NOVA3 in this phone. They worked just fine, did not experience any lag. And ya i didn't experience any overheating during gaming.
- 6GB RAM!!! Whoooooo!!... Initially there were several complaints regarding RAM management but after the latest update OnePlus has solved this issue and multitasking works like a breeze!!

- Speaker is not just loud enough for me, OnePlus1 had a better speaker than this. Even the sound output through headphone jack is not that good, music is flat it produces very little base (I tested with different headphones).
- Single LED flash will not give good pics in low light conditions, Dual tone flash would have been better.
- Dash charging works only when you use the USB type C cable provided by OnePlus, if you use any other cable it will not charge faster (I tested it with USB type C cable of Nexus 6P). So keep the cable and charger safe!!

But no matter what, this is the best phone you can get at this price range !!!

[...] It encourages me to inspect more and more products so that you could have only the Right Products.

Long-term review of 1+3
by Chandan on 2016-08-01

Update as on 3rd Oct 2016 with Oxygen OS 3.2.7

After several updates to Oxygen OS, which is currently on 3.2.7, whatever little annoying bugs were there are all gone. In addition to that, I'm now getting around more than 2 days of battery backup with 5 hours of SOT. Of course with no heavy gaming.I am cautiously optimistic of getting Android 7.1 pretty soon than latter, after experiencing regular updates and bug fixes to their already existing Oxygen OS. This time it seems, they have learnt their lessons in the software department of not delaying OTA updates. What is surprising to me is that, after using around 4 months by which the honeymoon period ends, I'm increasingly in love with this device with each passing day. Its smooth as butter and fast as hell, at least in android world.

I take pride to write this delayed but long review about OnePlus 3 after using it for last 45 days. Lot of reviewer shared their views on this device. But this review is all about one user experience, especially who was using Nexus 4, then OnePlus One for last couple of years and now switching to the 3. In one line I can summarize this review like this.

"iPhone 6s Plus smoothness in Android world with around half the price of it."

Yes. You heard it right. The combination of super smooth Oxygen OS and advanced hardware integration has done the trick. It's very smooth and buttery. At the same time not hungry for power. Below are my long observations on this device.

1. How it is different than OnePlus One?
2. What is unique about this 3?
3. What I like the most?
4. Should you buy it?
5. What is not so good.
6. What every other OnePlus 3 owner expecting from the company in terms of future OTA to existing oxygen OS.

I would separate the first point into different parts.

Design: Completely opposite to its predecessor. It has a Metal aluminium uni-body construction like monocock design modern SUV, which gives solidity and premium feel to the eye and hand. Here I must say, the design is not unique but as someone said before it's an love child of iPhone 6s and HTC M8. But what a killer combo. It's just fit nice in your palm and though has the same screen size of OnePlus One, it feels a touch narrow. Though before placing order a little concern about the aluminium because of its slippery nature, but I was proved wrong after using it couple of hours.

Every bit and pieces starting from home button to camera module, the placement and finish is to notch. But I have couple of suggestion to OnePlus.
The alert slider and power button are placed in such a way in the opposite direction to each other that each time one try to use the alert slider, unintentionally one of your finger will press the power button. If the power button could placed in the middle of right edge, then may be out would server the purpose.
The second thing is the placement of 3.5mm audio jack. It should be in the center of right most screw and the microphone. The current placement is not bringing the symmetry into right place.

But overall it's look just awesome because of its thinness which is equal to iPhone 6s but with lesser antenna strip and minimalistic design. All it even does not have any FCC code or cyanogen branding like OnePlus One at the back. It's clean on the back and front except OnePlus logo at the back which is having a mirror effect.

On the second bullet point, my answer is the finger print sensor. It's fast and accurate. Faster than iPhone 6s. I came to know it takes 0.3 sec to unlock. Unlocking your phone with pattern or number so many times in a day is such a tedious job, specially if you are driving and want to call or text one of your meat one. It has made my job best easy. Earlier I had to use a smart lock like moto 360 or MI band for this purpose. But now nothing required. You just place your finger and voila... You will be starring at your home screen. Every other less expensive phone now a days is having a finger print sensor. But that is not the point. It's about the best user experience. OnePlus 3 is super fast and accurate.

Another unique thing is it's camera. At'28,000 it had a camera which is giving a run for their money to the best in the business now. That is iPhone 6s and Samsung Galaxy Edge 7. Except very low light situation like darkness, in every other aspect of its equal or better than the above two pioneer. The best thing about this OnePlus 3 it's, it takes best of the both the iPhone 6s and Samsung Edge 7. More on this topic later part. In brief, you will like this camera very much for still photography.

The latter part of this review will come in couple of days.

Stay tuned... Please share your views.

Hi friends! I'm back again. The whole purpose of writing this lengthy review is to make you all know, after so many years we can really have the rich experience of iPhone in Android world. I know many of our Android users will be disappointed to hear this again and again. They don't like the comparison with iPhone 6s. But my personal experience is, till the launch of OnePlus 3 I was sort of deprived of this buttery experience sometime, though I had a OnePlus One. To make the long story short, I can now safely say that, though not better, at least it is now at par with that iOS experience.

Now to coming back to where I left the review, another uniqueness is it's design. Yes, you heard it right. Though it looks very much similar to the love child of HTC and iPhone 6s, it has taken good things of both the world, like the camera. The thinness and clean minimalistic, less is more design approach of iPhone 6s. Chamfered solid built quality of HTC. Less ugly strip of antenna running at the back of the phone makes it to look stunning. Again look is a very subjective matter. But in my view, till now it has the best design among all the aluminium unibody design.

Now the third part. What I like the most? Dash charging. Powerful than latest third generation fast charging from Qualcomm. It's faster, cooler and more useful. How? Well! We can play heavy games like asphalt 8 without delaying the charging. Add many reviewers have already said, it's charged the battery from 5% to 100% in just 55 minutes and to 70% in just 32 minutes. Isn't that quick? It does this, without making your device even warming. I think, every other manufacture should do this including Apple. It is just so very convenient. I'm now, no more carrying my OnePlus power bank with me.

Now to the fifth point of, what is not so good?

I'll start with the physical design. Yes, the same design, which I admire a couple of paragraph before.

It's the camera bump. Why OnePlus? Why you did that? Only to achieve thinness like iPhone 6s. Every time, I put the phone on a flat surface like a glass, I hear some noise of dust in contact with my camera housing glass. it would have been much better, if OnePlus can just fill the rest of its space with extra battery to fill up the gap of camera bump. Then we can also use the full potentiality of 6 GB RAM. They have clearly missed the point here only to achieve thinness over practicality. I do like design excellence but not at the expense over usability. That's why I don't like products from Apple though I like their design philosophy.

Then the second point is aggressive RAM management issue. To those, who are unaware of this issue, what oxygen OS is currently doing is closing down heavy RAM consuming apps in the backgrounds to save battery causing to consume not more than 50% of availability.OnePlus is going to push another OTA very soon to it's users with this RAM management issues fixed.

The third thing capturing video. Where as the still picture quality captured with 3 is absolutely stunning, except some very low light conditions, I can't say the same about its video taking capability. The OIS though doing a very decent job, it's their slow motion videos and focusing capability, which is letting them down. Taking selfies with a smile seems to be little gimmicky. Restricting 4k videos to ten minutes only with no pause and resume feature while shooting it's an absolute no from my side. It's not a deal breaker though, Samsung Edge 7 is a champion here. Taking low light images with their camera is just making them king and with laser auto focus, you can take macros like you have never seen them with DSLR cameras. I admire Samsung in this department.

Now coming to the fourth point, should you buy 3. If you can afford, and you don't mind on relying a relatively new company, then absolutely you should go for it. You'll forget the lagging issue of Android as an OS. The killer combination of powerful hardware and fine tuning of the Oxygen OS makes it possible. Now it's almost more close to twenty days, I'm using this device. Not once I had experience any issues of apps not responding or apps getting hanged. You tap a app and it opens instantly. No shudder... No lag.

Even those, who are proud owner of OnePlus One, if they can afford then I would say buy this 3. You will forget cyanogen 13 OS, though it has more features attached to it. Buy it to experience the best of Google own Android. You can't even feel this smooth and pure Android experience even in Edge 7 or HTC 10. Not even on Nexus 6p.

Now the concluding part. What we as users of their flagship device are expecting from them?

First is, please push this latest 3.1. 2 oxygen OS to OnePlus One. Those users are your most loyal ones. You should respect their feelings and enrich them with the latest and smoothest OS.
Secondly, fix this RAM management issue ASAP. I know, we can unroot and fix by ourselves. But I won't. I want to keep it stock. No rooting and no flashing of ROMs. That experiment ended with my favourite OnePlus One and Nexus 4. Thanks to them, I learnt a lot about Android as a OS.
Thirdly, let us give options to alter the alert slider behaviour. I want exactly opposite setting with it, with the top position for all notification.
Fourth point is, give us a pause and resume feature during video shooting. Also 120 and 240 frames per second slow motion recording facility. Snapdragon 820 is capable of doing this. So why can't we use it? It will drain this battery. But then we have dash charge.
And lastly, sound from its bottom speaker is not audible. It has having a very pathetic volume. OnePlus One is audible so very loud here. I can hear One, even in a moving train. The same it's not true about the 3. It is difficult to hear even in my closed car. Please do something to make it louder with your next OTA.

With this, I should now conclude. But within couple of days, I'll back with image gallery to enlighten you all, who have spent so many valuable time in reading this post. As always, you all are very much welcome to share your thoughts and comments. In writing this post, I might made few mistakes. It's natural. I'm not pro in this. Please point out those points.

At the end, my only purpose in writing this post is to make my surrounding know, that this is a incredibly nice phone with all the ingredients to become iPhone in Android world. It has the potentiality, provided they fix those issues described above. They have already fixed the color accuracy issue pointed by Anandtech. [...]

If this post can help anyone in deciding to choose, OnePlus 3 as their next phone, then my effort will be truly rewarded. Who ever is reading this post till now, should know that, I'm not an expert in making in depth reviews on any smart phone taking into account, how complex engineering goes behind this simple looking devices.

Lastly, few important points.
Battery is more than enough for one day of use. I am not a Gamer. But then I play, Asphalt 8 a lot.
The oxygen 3.2.2 is very smooth and a lot light on the battery.

And did I say that this whole review was written with OnePlus 3 keyboard?

Awesomeness Reloaded
by Dheeraj on 2016-06-18

Hi Friends,

Here goes my review of the new one plus 3:

Design and Out of the Box impressions:
- Excellent packaging as always by Oneplus.
- It came Pre-applied with the Oneplus screen protector without any air bubbles. Kudos to Oneplus.
- This probably is the biggest and slimmest Oneplus devices yet.
- The Design of the phone is though not quite unique many people might still find it appealing.
- The USB Port, 3.5mm Aux, Mic and Speaker are placed towards the bottom of the Phone.
- Power button on the right hand side, Volume buttons and Notification slider on the left hand side.
- The device is very Slim and looks very pleasing with the Metal built construction. Curvy edges on all corners of the phone and the glass on the screen is curvy towards the edges too which looks similar to the glass type offered on the Samsung S7.



- Ram Management is highly efficient and the device never lags despite several apps running in the background.

- Despite the device being pre loaded with a 6GB Ram I haven't seen any overheating or battery drain issues.

- Snap Dragon 820 being this years best chip available in the market with many flagship devices, Oneplus 3 is an awesome value for money as it comes with a slightly better processor speed than on the Mi5 or the HTC 10 both of which have got less RAM and internal memory.

- The Fingerprint Sensor is super fast and I for the first time can't live without it, despite having used this feature on other devices like the Oneplus 2 or my Lenovo K4 note or the Vibe X3. It Recognizes the fingerprint from any angle within a fraction of a second and also acts as a home button when the device is in use.

- Dash charge is a life saver as I haven't seen any device charge this fast. The phone reaches the 60% charge with 30 minutes of charge and neither the device or the adapter heating much as both remain mildy warm while charging. The charge time is one of the best part about the Oneplus 3.

- Camera Rear: The rear camera on the one plus 3 does a decent job and there is a manual mode to get that perfect shot.
Despite this device having a single flash the amount of light it captures after clicking the picture is too good and the pictures appear as there was some natural light with all the colours of the object and the background clearly visible in vivid detail.

- Front Camera: The frontal camera of the OP3 is also good however the exposure is a little higher and can be reduced manually.

- Screen: The screen is perhaps another one good thing which I like about my OP3 as the device never heats even after several hours of usage. The Amoled on the OP3 though it may not be Vivid, it offers decent colour reproduction and the battey consumption is also quite efficient due to the screen as it uses very less power when compared to the Full HD LED IPS displays.


Battery: With a full charge below is my observation on various different types of usage:

After the recent Oxygen update here's my observation:

-Gaming on wifi:
5.5 - 6.5 Hours of continuous gaming with a remaining 13 - 18% of battery left.
This includes the same amount of "Screen On Time" with 1161 mAH consumed by the screen and about 460 mAH for android OS.
CPU Total usage: 6H 17m 56s for World of Tanks Blitz + Screen + Android OS
Computed Power Use: 2782 mAH.
I Stop gaming for a while and keep the phone to charge when it reaches below 15%.

-Movies and Youtube: (This still remains unchanged as the battery drains 1% every 15-20 minutes of Youtube videos on wifi or when watching movies on MX player).

-Minimal usage at Work: Occasional Calls + Whats app notification readings+ Facebook notification readings + emails 36 Hours with a remaining 15% of battery left. (This might vary depending upon the SOT which one might use the phone paralleled with the respective App's power consumption.)


New Features on a Oneplus Device:
- Shelf feature: It enables you to view calendar/Recent Apps/temperature/reminder
- Wave to read the notifications and time during dark lit conditions to save battery before unlocking the phone until and unless if its very important.
- Customizable hardware buttons and an option to choose between the hardware or the On screen buttons.
- Notification Slider back again, which puts the phone in desired notification profile with the flick of a button.
- Curvy screen at the edges looks very premium.
- Dash Charge feature with the Dash charge Adapter and cable as standard accessories.
- Pre installed screen Guard.
- Metal Unibody Design which looks much better than any other Oneplus Device.
- Stock Android with no Bloatware.


-The phone is a bit slippery and definitely needs a flip cover or a hard/soft case for the added grip.

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Head Phone Audio Jack is not working
by Amazon Customer on 2016-11-07

 I purchased this product on 19th October 2016...
And am facing one irritating issue while inserting the head phone audio jack.

1. Fix the maximum volume in Phone
2. Insert the Audio Jack
3. Volume getting reduced from max to min
4. Tried to increase the volume in settings
5. Couldn't increase the volume and phone is getting locked
6. Tried to unlock the phone using finger print.
7. Finger print is not working
8. Need to unlock the phone by using password only
9. If I remove the Head phone audio jack automatically volume is set as maximum

Hey, find the best possible way to resolve my issue...

Not A Very Comfortable Phone To Hold If You Don't Use A Back Cover
by Asha on 2017-01-06

Purchased this as a gift for my husband. He loves it but says there are a few Cons which others should consider.

Battery does not last a full day.
Difficult of hold
Very slippers (Need to use a back cover so the phone doesn't slip and fall)
The power button placement is very in convenient (Should have been placed higher). You will end up pressing the power button every time you hold the phone.
Oneplus is very slow to provide software updates.

I'm sure everyone know the Pros of this device so will not mention them.

Fake Company/Brand Disastrous Service and Fake Promise(Servify Accidental Insurance) A Total Gimmick
by Lucky on 2016-11-04

1) I Purchased this device 3 months back and registered on Servify.
2) It got damaged on 14 Oct and notified Servify on 15 Oct through their App. Given the reason as it got slipped from hand while Wife was handing over the phone to me.
3) Got a rejection on 3 Nov saying "it will not be covered as it is a Loss caused by incorrect storage, poor care and maintenance, careless use, gross negligence, incorrect installation and incorrect set-up". (clause 4.8)
4) while clause 3.4.1.says => Suffers accidental physical damage and/or such damage that causes Covered Equipment to stop working on normal usage.It should fall under this category and deemed be repaired under insurance.

For 20 odd days they were busy verifying documents.God help them to recruit some literate and educated employees so that they can be more efficient.
Moreover I simply failed to understand their mental retardedness by saying that slippage from hand is not accidental in nature.
I believe 99% cases the phone gets damaged by mere slipping from hand and they are not covering that.
How elsewise phone can get damaged ?... to be covered under insurance.???

Guys refrain from buying from such Dishonest/Corrupt Company.(One plus and Servify)
Accidental Insurance is a Total Gimmick...please don't fall prey to it.

Third time is the Charm: Oneplus 3.
by Abhimanyu S G on 2016-06-24

Phone feels premium in hand. Well designed and looks great !
Not wasting time to summarize specs here, here are the points which makes this phone distinct and why you should buy.
1. Finger print unlocks in 0.2 second, it is really fast and accurate.
2. Dash charging ! Phone charges really fast and I use chrager like less than average 40-30 min twice or once a day !
3. Well placed buttons, alert slider really comes in handy.
4. Metallic finish and feels great in hand. Screen has 2.5D finish.
5. 1 year accident protection ! For this you need to download oneplus care app from servify and register your IMEI with your invoice within 7 days of physical bill.
6. Speaker is really loud.
7. Camera works fine, actually better than few phones on the market with manual control.
8. UI gives you the feel of pure android, yet highly customizable according to your taste. Darkmode to the whole UI looks really great in Graphite version.

It doesn't have extra gimmicks like dual camera or laser focus or curved display. It does what a phone must do to match higher end phones in the market which are way too costly, One plus 3 nearly pricing half the cost of those really feels great in hands, no regrets for buying this one.
PS: I have used HTC, Micromax, Sony and Nexus. This is my 5th device and it holds up to my expectations and needs.
Also this is my first review on Amazon, thumbs up if you feel this is simple and direct to the point.

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OnePlus 3 64GB Black - Price History

OnePlus 3 64GB Black Specifications

General Features
  • Brand OnePlus
  • Handset Color Black
  • Network Type GSM
  • Display Size 5.5 Inches
  • Display Type AMOLED Capacitive Touchscreen
  • Resolution 1080 x 1920 Pixels
  • Display Color 16 M
  • Display Features Corning Gorilla Glass 4
  • Rear Camera 16 MP
  • Front Camera 8 MP
  • Flash LED Flash
  • Camera Features High Intensity Flash, Natural Color Images, HDR, Panaromic
  • Internal Memory 64 GB
  • Extendable Memory No Card Slot
  • RAM 6 GB
  • Operating System Android 6.0 (Marshmallow)
  • Processor Dual-core 2.15 GHz Kryo + Dual-core 1.6 GHz Kryo
  • Chipset Qualcomm Snapdragon 820
  • GPU Adreno 530
  • Java No
  • Browser HTML5
Data & Internet
  • 4G Yes
  • 3G Yes
  • EDGE Yes
  • GPRS Yes
  • Wi-Fi Yes, Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, Wi-Fi Direct, Wi-Fi Hotspot, DLNA
  • Bluetooth Yes, v4.2
  • NFC Yes
  • GPS Yes, With A-GPS Support, GLONASS
  • USB Type-C 1.0 Reversible Connector
  • Radio YES
  • Battery Type Non Removable Battery
  • Battery Capacity 3000 mAH, Li-ion Battery
  • Form Factor Touch Screen
  • Dimensions 15.3 x 0.8 x 7.6 cm
  • Weight 160 gms
Other Features
  • SIM Size Nano SIM
  • SIM Option DUAL SIM
  • Sensors Fingerprint, Accelerometer, Gyro, Proximity, Compass

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